Mel and Joyce take the children on a family vacation just as their divorce is about to become official. Henry's crush tags along on the getaway, which prompts him to try to overcome his fear of horses. The series finale.
Family secrets are the theme when Mel tries to mend his back problems by stealthily taking baths at Joyce's abode. Also: Joyce hides that she wants a different career; Katie secretly works at a yogurt shop; and Henry covertly prepares to battle a bully.
Katie has big plans with her boyfriend, putting Joyce in a difficult position. Meanwhile, Mel tries to have a first date with Allison and sets out to prepare dinner for her, but he doesn't know how to cook; Henry realizes he can get away with anything with both parents distracted.
Mel suspects Henry is becoming a slacker, so he takes the youngster to work to show him professional success. Meanwhile, Joyce and Katie stand up for themselves, leading to red-faced encounters in a furniture store.
Mel and Joyce clash but learn a lesson about trust while dealing with a parenting decision for the first time since separating. Seeking respite from the family dramas, Henry pressures pal Runyen to allow him to sleep over.
The Fisher family begins dating at the same time in the wake of the parents' separation. As Mel and Henry pursue a mother and her daughter, Joyce panics over dating and tags along with Katie at a carnival.
An 11-year-old boy's life turns topsy-turvy when his mother and blind father decide to separate in the premiere of this comedy starring J.K. Simmons and Jenna Elfman. Jason Bateman narrates and is an executive producer. David Schwimmer directed.